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An A/W warm salad using winter squash, shredded sprouts, hearty grains, juicy pomegranate, earthy chestnuts, all topped off with a zingy vegan Buffalo ranch dressing to chase away the winter blues.

I know, being a Floridian at heart, I should really prefer summer, but there is so much gorgeous produce to eat right now that late autumn and early winter are pretty hard to beat. Okay, maybe the British weather is a bit pants underwhelming much of the time, but the produce that’s coming in is stunning: crimson globes of …

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Who can resist a pillowy, chewy homemade crumpet? Especially if it's made healthier with wholegrain rye flour and a touch of Manuka honey? A perfect breakfast or anytime treat.

A commissioned recipe Who can resist a pillowy, chewy homemade crumpet? Especially if it’s made healthier with wholegrain rye flour and a touch of Manuka honey? A perfect breakfast or anytime treat.  As an American growing up in the 70s a big treat for my sister and me would be to have a tea party. …

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Make planning picnics and BBQs that much easier by finding freezer space for some delicious cooked grain mixes, prepared vegetables and veggie burgers. This easy Zesty Quinoa, Bean and Artichoke Salad is perfect whether you are sunning yourself outside on a picnic blanket, or huddled under a marquee while the rain buckets down.

A partnered post. Make planning picnics and BBQs that much easier by finding freezer space for some delicious cooked grain mixes, prepared vegetables and veggie burgers. This easy Zesty Quinoa, Bean and Artichoke Salad is perfect whether you are sunning yourself outside on a picnic blanket, or huddled under a marquee while the rain buckets down.  …

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It’s all about the dressing…A salad. In February. Am I mad? An explanation: Being this tantalisingly close in the year to warmth, spring colour and fresh tastes I am really craving bright food. Okay, I’m always craving food – bright food – but lately it borders on stark-eyed obsession. The seemingly endless months of low, blue-tinged light …

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